2018 Seminar Webcasts

Please Note: The following list of seminar webcasts is archived for record-keeping purposes. The following seminar webcasts are not accessible, however starting January 1st 2021, all seminars will be recorded and uploaded in compliance to AODA guidelines. 

November 27, 2018

Are School Textbooks Decolonisable? Entanglements Of The ‘Colonial Present’ In Israel And Palestine

Dr. André Elias Azawi, Sociologist Of Education, UBC

November 21, 2018

The Federal Network Of Vocational Education In Brazil: New Perspectives, Present Dilemmas And Future Challenge (No Video)

Claudia Schiedeck Soares de Souza, Brazil

November 7, 2018

Educational Administration Research in Comparative Education 1995-2018 (No Video)

Daniella Bramwell, Gisele Cuglievan Mindreau, Joseph Flessa

October 30, 2018, 

Addressing Ethnic Inequalities in Burundian Secondary and Tertiary Education – Implications for Peace and Conflict

Emily Dunlop, PhD Candidate, New York University

October 25, 2018

The social and academic integration of Syrian refugees: early insights (No Video)

Antoinette Gagne and Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman, CTL, LLE

October 11, 2018

Teacher Development and Teacher Education in Developing Countries. On Becoming and Being a Teacher

Ayesha Bashiruddin, Independent Educational Consultant, Miami, FL. CIDE Grad

October 10, 2018

Transnationalism: Theoretical Roots, Critical Methodologies, and Feminist Standpoints

Miglena Todorova, SJE/OISE

September 26, 2018 

Teaching and Internationalization Activities of Academics From Different Disciplines and HEIs in Mexico

Laura Gutierrez, BA, Masters Student, University of Sonora, Mexico, Visiting Scholar, OISE

September 13, 2018

Dual Universities and the Dual System – Is There A New Shift Towards Academic Pathways in Germany? (No Video)

CIHE – Thomas Deissinger, University of Konstanz, Germany. 

September 13, 2018

All You Need to Know About Applying For And Attending Conferences- CIES and CIESC in Particular (No Video)

Vandra Masemann, CIDE Emeritus Adjunct Faculty

September 12, 2018

Working Across Cultures And Languages For Environmental Justice And Informal Education Related To Small Scale Fisheries Within Global Policy Contexts (No Video)

Alison Neilson, PhD, Centro de Estudos Sociais, CES, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal.

June 6, 2018

Access to Higher Education and Degrees As An Instrument of Social Organisations: From Historical Roots To Contemporary Roles

Gaële Goastellec, Maître d’enseignement et de recherché, university of Lausanne

May 25, 2018

Multilingualism in Education in China (NO VIDEO)

Bob Adamson, Chair Professor of Curriculum Reform, Education University Hong Kong 

May 9, 2018 

CIDE/CSEP Seminar:

The role of publicly subsidized private schools: What can we learn from the Colombian case?

Claudia Diaz Rios, McMaster

May 3, 2018

Scientific Results and Lessons Learned From an International Comparative Higher Education Publication – Inclusion Through Access to Higher Education. Exploring the Dynamics Between Access to Higher Education, Immigration and Languages

Marie Agnes Detourbe, Senior Lecturer, INSA Toulouse and the Graduate School of Education (ESPE) of Toulouse, France

April 25, 2018

Why Do Institutions Matter for Equality? Individual-level Mechanisms of Educational Inequality in Comparative Perspective

Andrea Forster, PhD Student U of Amsterdam, Visiting Scholar CIDE

April 11, 2018

Will Global Learning Metrics Solve The ‘Global Learning Crisis’? Historical Debates, Current Proposals, Possible Consequences (NO VIDEO)

Aaron Benavot, School of Education, SUNY

March 8, 2018

Social Justice through Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Insights from World Case Studies

Annette Ford, Leping Mou, Saewan Koh, Aiman Jafar, Leesa Wheelahan, and Gavin Moodie

March 5, 2018

CIHE/CIDE Joint Seminar

March 2, 2018

Comparative Approaches to Space, Place, and Ecology of Language and Literacies: Educational Quality in Complex Multilingual Contexts

Stephen Bahry, PhD, OISE, CIDE Visiting Scholar

February 23, 2018

CIDEC Presents: Joseph P Farrell Student Research Symposium

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

January 23, 2018

Distinction, Meritocracy, and Evaluation: Three Periods In The History Of The Secondary Curriculum (1870-2015)

Philippe Losego, Visiting Scholar CIDE